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Ice family


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Ice Family Genealogy and Other Material

Collection Number: A&M 3907
Overview Family history and genealogy of various branches of the Ice family of Barrackville, West Virginia and Mount Summit, Indiana (1929-1932, undated). These are the descendants of the family that settled Ice's Ferry (on Cheat Lake near Morgantown, West Virginia). Also includes two West Virginia road maps, one belonging to Milla Ice (1929-1930), and the Minutes of the Thirty-Third Annual Convention of the West Virginia Division of the United Daughters of the...
Dates: 1929-1932, undated

Ice's Ferry History and Genealogy, Typed Documents

Collection Number: A&M 0379
Overview Five typescripts pertaining to Ice's Ferry and the Ice family. The first typescript is "Ice's Ferry," (8 pp., undated) an account of the Ice family and of Ice's Ferry in Monongalia County, with comments on frontier and pioneer life in western Virginia, apparently written by Virginia H. Conaway of Marion County. The second item is a variant copy of the "Ice's Ferry," typescript (10 pp., undated). The third typescript is a copy of "Historical Notes on Ice's Ferry," written by John L. Johnston...
Dates: 1920, undated

John L. Johnston, Author, Typescript regarding Ice's Ferry History and Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 0553

Six page typescript by John L. Johnston, 1920, titled "Historical Notes, Ice's Ferry." Covering the time span of 1758-1920, the narrative locates and describes early settlements; roads; forts; Indian trails, villages and tribes; industries; the land office; and men and families prominent in the development of Monongalia County. Mention is made of the proposed construction of the dam and recreation area on the Cheat River.

Dates: 1920

Monongalia County Land and Legal Papers

Collection Number: A&M 0499
Scope and Contents Site of Morgantown given, along with boundaries and owners of land along the south side of a line running northeast for the mouth of Decker's Creek to Cheat river, and along the west side of the Monongahela River in Cass district to the Pennsylvania line; located are Jackson's iron works, site of Jackson ore digging, Pleasant Furnace, Ice's Ferry, poor house, and roads; some owners' names given are: John Davis, Thomas Evans, Jarrett, Andrew Ice, Jenkins, Jesse and William Bayles, John Tibbs,...
Dates: 1799

Snodgrass Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 3604
Scope and Contents

Genealogy records of the Snodgrass family, including the family of Charles Snodgrass, and the Snodgrass family in Monongalia and Marion Counties, West Virginia; and the Snodgrass family in Pennsylvania. Also includes information on the Foulk Family and on the Ice Family of Monongalia County, West Virginia.

Dates: 1970-2007

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Ice's Ferry. 3
Land. 3
Cheat River (W. Va. and Pa.) 2
Fortification 2
Frontier and pioneer life 2